Allen Corbin is a fourth-generation family member who has worked in Lubbock radio. He worked for KFYO in various capacities from 2005-2016.
Justis Nelson: Texas Tech Defense Needs to Finish Games [Interview]
Texas Tech Defensive Back Justis Nelson joined 1340 The Fan's Rob Breaux and talked about what will be different about the defensive side of the ball.
Kolin Hill Says Texas Tech Has a Much Faster Tempo Than Notre Dame
Texas Tech Defensive Lineman Kolin Hill talked with 1340 The Fan's Rob Breaux about the cohesiveness of the defense and the speed of the Red Raider offense.
Dylan Cantrell Wants to Improve Red Zone Scoring in 2016
Texas Tech wide receiver Dylan Cantrell discusses his off-season training and potential, playing with Patrick Mahomes and improving the team's red zone scoring percentage in 2016.
Devin Lauderdale Dishes on Big 12 Championship and Patrick Mahomes
Texas Tech Wide Receiver Devin Lauderdale spoke with 1340 The Fan's Rob Breaux about the teams goals for the upcoming 2016 season.
David Gibbs on What He Expects From This Year’s Texas Tech Defensive Line [Interview]
David Gibbs returns for his second season as Defensive Coordinator. In this interview, he talks about the transitions with new coaches on his defensive staff.
Justin Stockton Ready to Step Up as Texas Tech’s Starting Running Back
Justin Stockton looks to build on his first two years in Lubbock as he takes over for DeAndre Washington.
Lubbock Police Officer Assaulted at Whataburger
A Lubbock Police officer was assaulted in the overnight hours at a fast food restaurant.
Depot District Shooting Friday Morning Sends Two to the Hospital
Lubbock Police are investigating a shooting from Friday morning that sent two to the Hospital.
Lubbock Vaccination Clinics for the Week of June 20th
The City of Lubbock Health Department announced vaccination clinics for the week of June 20th.
Lubbock ISD Calls For Election to Access $5.5 Million for School Budget
The Lubbock Independent School District Board of Trustees called for an election to access $5.5 million for the district's budget, but with a catch.